Berg-en-Dal Restcamp Review

Berg-n-Dal is a popular camp in the south of the Kruger National Park. It’s known for excellent leopard sightings in the area and the rhino walking trail inside the camp.

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Berg-n-Dal Ratings

Matt Geri - Kruger Park Photographer

My Thoughts On Berg-n-Dal

Berg-n-Dal. A restcamp that is almost always on my list of camps to visit when booking a trip to the Kruger. Why? Because of the leopards. My favourite animal. It’s hard to think of a camp more productive for finding leopards than Berg-n-Dal.

Outside of the amazing leopard sightings in the area, there is an epic walking trail inside the camp itself called the rhino trail. The swimming pool is loved by my kids and the birding opportunities are endless.

As a landscape and wildlife photographer, the opportunities for photography in this area are a bit lacking and I really don’t like that on certain roads (ahem! S110) you have views of the agricultural fields outside of the park. It occasionally reminds you that there is a real world outside of this paradise that you find yourself in.


Best Time To VisitJanuary – December
RestaurantYes – Tindlovu
Swimming PoolYes
Wheelchair FriendlyYes
ActivitiesGame Drives, Guided Walks
Accommodation Availability
High / Moderate / Low
Accommodation CostR1610 – R9145 per unit per night (2 guests)
Camping Availability
High / Moderate / Low
Camping CostR369 – R481 per night (2 guests)
Value For Money★★★★
Child Friendliness★★★★★
WifiYes (see our wifi guide)
Easily accessible from Malelane gate – good for a stop over if arriving late to the park Views of agricultural fields outside of the park on some roads surrounding the camp
One of the most kid friendly camps with great swimming pool and rhino trail








Rhino Trail

Game Drives

Guided Walks




Which entrance gate should I use when visiting Berg-n-Dal?


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